Network Key Facts

  • LTE Advanced is nationwide delivering up to 2X faster speeds than before and Gigabit Class LTE available in more than 300 cities.1
  • True Mobile 5G is now available in areas of Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C.
  • True Mobile 5G service covers approximately 16 million people across 9 cities.
  • Sprint is using mid-band 2.5 GHz spectrum for 5G by deploying Massive MIMO radios on existing cell sites.

1Compared with Sprint 4G LTE. Req. gigabit-class device.

Today Sprint offers its best coverage ever, with reliability customers can count on. Sprint LTE Advanced is now available nationwide, delivering up to 2x faster speeds than before to customers with capable devices. And, Sprint offers Gigabit-class LTE in more than 300 cities. With its Next-Gen Network investment, Sprint is unlocking the power of its spectrum assets to improve coverage, reliability and speed across its nationwide network. Sprint True Mobile 5G delivers blazing-fast download speeds in areas of Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix and Washington, D.C., covering approximately 2,100 square miles and 11 million people total across all nine market areas. Where available, Sprint 5G will enable incredible new connections to people and things, services and opportunities that will allow our customers to live a better life. This includes powering new experiences for wireless customers, including gaming and entertainment services, IoT and business applications. Sprint 5G is a platform for innovation that will create new opportunities and growth across a wide range of industries such as healthcare, manufacturing, technology, agriculture, transportation, hospitality. 

 

Latest Updates


October 11, 2017

Sprint Magic Box Wins “Small Cell Technology Innovation of the Year” Award

Sprint’s newest innovation, Sprint Magic Box, has won the 2017 Mobile Breakthrough Award for Small Cell Technology Innovation of the Year.


September 15, 2017

Sprint Updates Related to Hurricane Irma

Sprint has made extensive network preparations in advance of Hurricane Irma making landfall in Florida, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands.


September 13, 2017

Sprint at Mobile World Congress Americas 2017

Sprint, SoftBank and the mobile industry will be on full display next week at “GSMA Mobile World Congress Americas, in partnership with CTIA” Tuesday, September 12 through Thursday, September 14 in San Francisco.


September 12, 2017

Sprint and Ericsson Conduct First U.S. Field Tests for 2.5 GHz Massive MIMO

At MWCA, Sprint and Ericsson today unveiled results of the first U.S. 2.5 GHz Massive MIMO field tests.


August 29, 2017

Sprint Updates Related to Hurricane Harvey

With Hurricane Harvey threatening heavy rainfall in Texas and parts of Louisiana, Sprint has made extensive preparations to help keep its wireless customers connected


August 11, 2017

Sprint LTE Plus Data Speeds Up 28% in Seven Months

Sprint's national average download speed is up 28 percent in seven months, according to Ookla Speedtest Intelligence data.


August 09, 2017

Denver Housing Authority Bridging the Digital Divide with Sprint Magic Box

Sprint Magic Box is helping residents with Sprint service at the Denver Housing Authority navigate school resources, complete homework, apply for jobs and much more. 


July 21, 2017

Sprint Magic Box expands learning opportunities for Poplar Grove students

Sprint Magic Box is making a big difference improving data speeds and coverage for the North Boone School District in rural Poplar Grove, Illinois.


June 20, 2017

Sprint and Samsung Test Massive MIMO Technology in South Korea

Companies prepare for U.S. deployment of Massive MIMO to dramatically boost LTE Plus capacity and coverage and offer Gigabit LTE


May 24, 2017

Sprint Powers Network Infrastructure to Weather the Storm This Hurricane Season

On the eve of what's predicted to be one of the most active tropical storm seasons in three years, wireless customers can be confident in Sprint's network performance when bad storms strike.